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2016-01-07T12:43:58+05:30
An amoeba reproduces by binary fission.                                                                  Binary fission is asexual; the organism splits directly into two equal -sized offsprings,each with a copy of the parent's genetic material. Binary fission is a common type of reproduction in single-celled organisms. 

1) Chromsome is replicated 
2) The Chromsome Splits into Daughter Strands 
3) Cytokinesis splits the Amoeba into two daughters. This process is the cytoplam concaving (pinching) together on the equatorial line 
4) Two Amoebas with identical DNA
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2016-01-07T19:57:04+05:30
Amoeba reproduce by binary fission,they split into two equal halfs during cell division
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